LinuxLinks.com
Newbies What Next ? News Forums Calendar

Search





News Sections
Home
General News (3973/0)
Reviews (628/0)
Press Releases (464/0)
Distributions (187/0)
Software (871/0)
Hardware (522/0)
Security (192/0)
Tutorials (345/0)
Off Topic (181/0)


User Functions
Username:

Password:

Don't have an account yet? Sign up as a New User


Events
There are no upcoming events




Clementine

Clementine

Clementine is a cross-platform, lightweight, modern music player and library organiser based on Amarok. Clementine focuses on a fast and easy-to-use interface for searching and playing your music.

It is inspired by Amarok 1.4, focusing on a fast and easy-to-use interface for searching and playing your music.

 Clementine 1.2

Price
Free to download

Size
8.7MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
David Sansome, John Maguire

Website
clementine-player.org

System Requirements
GStreamer
Qt 4

Support Sites:
FAQ, Wiki, Google Groups, Developer Site

Selected Reviews:
Brian Carper, Linux Insider

Features include:

  • Search and play your local music library
  • Listen to internet radio from Last.fm and SomaFM
  • Tabbed playlists, import and export M3U, XSPF, PLS and ASX
  • Create smart playlists and dynamic playlists
  • Load M3U and XSPF playlists
  • Undo and redo in the playlist
  • Edit tags on MP3 and OGG files, organise your music
  • Download missing album cover art from Last.fm
  • Podcast support with integration with gpodder.ne
  • Graphical equalizer
  • Cross-platform - works on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
  • Native desktop notifications on Linux (libnotify) and Mac OS X (Growl)
  • Fetch missing tags from MusicBrainz
  • Attractive on screen display
  • Queue manager
  • Supports MPRIS on Linux, or remote control using the command-line
  • Supports indexing and playing music from Google Drive
  • Support for Soundcloud
  • Support for jazzradio.com
  • Support for Moodbar
  • Visualizations from projectM
  • Copy music to your iPod, iPhone, MTP or mass-storage USB player.
  • Remote control
  • Transcode music into MP3, Ogg Vorbis, Ogg Speex, FLAC or AAC

Clementine playing a music library

Return to Alternative Music Players Home Page

Bookmark and Share


Last Updated Tuesday, April 22 2014 @ 02:34 PM EDT


We have written a range of guides highlighting excellent free books for popular programming languages. Check out the following guides: C, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, CoffeeScript, HTML, Python, Ruby, Perl, Haskell, PHP, Lisp, R, Prolog, Scala, Scheme, Forth, SQL, Node.js (new), Fortran (new), Erlang (new), Pascal (new), and Ada (new).


Group Tests
All Group Tests

Top Free Software
6 Office Suites
7 Document Processors
6 Lean Desktops
6 Desktop Search
9 Project Management
9 Groupware Apps
14 File Managers
10 Databases
21 Backup Tools
21 DVD Tools
21 Window Managers
21 Productivity Tools
9 Terminal Emulators
21 Financial Tools
21 Text Editors
21 Video Emulators
21 Home Emulators
42 Graphics Apps
6 CAD Apps
42 Scientific Apps
10 Web Browsers
42 Email Apps
12 Instant Messaging
10 IRC Clients
7 Twitter Clients
12 News Aggregators
11 VoIP Apps
11 Remote Display Apps
42 Best Games
42 More Games
21 More Games
21 Notable Games (1)
21 Notable Games (2)
21 Notable Games (3)
8 ASCII Games
9 Educational Games
42 Audio Apps
42 Video Apps
6 Screencasting Apps
80 Security Apps
9 System Monitoring
6 Family History Apps
11 PDF Tools
6 Music Servers
6 Collection Managers
7 Calculator Apps
8 Geometry Apps
Free Console Apps
14 Multimedia
Programming
8 Compilers
9 IDEs
9 Debuggers
7 Revision Control Apps
6 Doc Generators
'Free' Proprietary
21 Closed-Source Apps
Top Commercial Apps
42 Games
Free Web Software
21 Web CMS
14 Wiki Engines
8 Blog Apps
6 eCommerce Apps
5 Human Resource Apps
10 ERP
10 CRM
6 Data Warehouse Apps
8 Business Intelligence
6 Point-of-Sale

All Group Tests

Other Articles
Migrating from Windows
Back up your data
Distribution Guide
Distro Portal Pages
20 Free Linux Books
Running Linux Under Windows


Older Stories
Saturday 06/07
  • Open Source LDAP Solutions (0)

  • Monday 06/02
  • Delightful ASCII Art Tools (0)

  • Saturday 05/31
  • Best Tools for Network Inventory Management (0)

  • Sunday 05/25
  • Grab 24 Beautifully Scribed Free Programming Books (0)
  • 6 Invaluable Free Ada Books (0)

  • Thursday 05/15
  • 4 Best Free Pascal Books (0)

  • Saturday 05/10
  • 5 Best Free Erlang Books (0)

  • Sunday 05/04
  • The 9 Best Free Fortran Books (0)

  • Thursday 05/01
  • 5 Best Free Node.js Introductory Books (0)

  • Sunday 04/27
  • Tools to Empower Librarians (0)


  • Vote

    What do you find MOST attractive about Open Source software?

    Amount of customization
    Security
    Freedom provided
    Speed of development
    Quality
    Multiple versions
    Cost
    Potential to contribute
    Ability to modify code
    Results
    4807 votes | 2 comments

    Built with GeekLog and phpBB
    Comments to the webmaster are welcome
    Copyright 2009 LinuxLinks.com - All rights reserved